Power Cooker XL Injuries
Experienced Savannah Product Liability Lawyers
In 2014, Tristar Products began marketing and selling a model of electric
pressure cooker under the name “Power Cooker XL”. These cookers
were advertised on television “infomercials” and were also
available for purchase at Wal-Mart. These pressure cookers have been known
to spontaneously explode when their lids have blown off under high pressure.
As a result of such explosions, persons nearby have suffered severe burns
as well as injuries due to impact with flying debris.
Numerous complaints regarding this model of electric pressure cooker have
been filed by consumers with the federal Consumer Products Safety Commission
(“CPSC”). The CPSC is currently investigating the Power Cooker
XL to determine the nature of the defect and whether the product should
be recalled. Many consumers who have been injured by this pressure cooker
have filed lawsuits around the country. If you or someone you know has
been injured as a result of using the Power Cooker XL, please contact
our firm immediately. You may be entitled to substantial compensation
and the time to bring your claim may expire soon.